Additional three title changes on night two of WrestleMania 36

 
 

Charlotte Flair was the first one to force a title change on night two of WrestleMania as she tapped out Rhea Ripley to the Figure 8. It was an excellent match that gave Flair her second NXT Women’s title and her impressive 11th overall.

The 24/7 title also swapped hands with newly-signed Rob Gronkowski walking out of the Performance Center with the green and gold belt. Mojo, who walked in night two as the 24/7 champ, came out to ringside as he was chased by a bunch of people but Gronk jumped on everyone from the high platform and pinned Rawley to win his first title in WWE.

And the night ended with another title change as Drew McIntyre finally became the WWE champion, beating Brock Lesnar in another fairly short match. McIntyre had to deliver four Claymore Kicks to keep the beast down but it paid off as the Royal Rumble winner pinned Lesnar clean. Lesnar remained laying flat on his back throughout the the time Drew celebrating in the ring selling the kicks.

This WrestleMania had a total of six title changes when adding the previous three changes from night one. Taking out the 24/7 swaps, only the Women’s Tag Team, Universal, NXT Women’s, and WWE title switched hands. Becky Lynch, Sami Zayn, The Miz and John Morrison, The Street Profits, and Bayley all kept their respective gold.